The Cal Lutheran women’s golf team wrapped up the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) No. 1 tournament on Sunday with a fifth place finish after posting a two-day total of 673 (+97) at Tukwet Canyon Golf Club.
The Cal Lutheran women’s golf team teed off for the first time of the spring, facing a slew of tough competition at the Point Loma Invitational and finished in 11th place after posting a two-day total score of 702 (+126).
The Cal Lutheran women’s golf team had an excellent fall season, placing second and first in its two tournaments, and will look to ride that success into the spring with a trio of returners from 2015 and two incoming freshman.
The 2015 fall was successful for the Cal Lutheran women’s golf team as the Regals won the Claremont Invitational and placed second at the UT-Tyler Invitational. CLU is poised to build on that production during the spring 2016 portion of its schedule as released by head coach Jeff Lindgren.
For many high school seniors making the decision to attend one college over the other is fraught with the pains of pro-cons list, friends, family, sports, major, and more. For senior Regals Golf member Danika Cochiolo, attending Cal Lutheran meant trying something new and pursuing her passions.
Over the weekend, the Cal Lutheran women’s golf team concluded the fall portion of its 2015-16 schedule with a title at the CMS Invitational that featured four conference opponents and serving as a preview for the spring season. Senior McKay Weiler shot a 149 to win the individual crown.
The Cal Lutheran women’s golf team opened the 2015-16 season with a second place finish at the Al Jones Memorial Invitational hosted by UT-Tyler on Monday and Tuesday. After an opening round 346, the Regals recorded a 326 on day two to finish with a total score of 672.
The largest sporting event in Los Angeles since the 1984 Olympics is coming to town and California Lutheran University and the city of Thousand Oaks are honored to be hosting Special Olympic World Games delegations from four countries between July 21-24, 2015 prior to the start of competition on July 25 as a Host Town.
At the conclusion of each academic and athletic year the school with the most combined championships points in Division III is honored with the Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup. In 2014-15 Cal Lutheran was one of eight SCIAC schools to appear in the final standings as announced on June 4.